Lennon Insurance Agency

Walkin’ The Line will be playing the final show of the Horn Pond Summer Concert Series this Friday, August 16 at Horn Pond. This concert will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Ice House Park section of Horn Pond, near the intersection of Beacon St. and Sturgis St. This concert is being sponsored by Lennon Insurance Agency and Arbella Charitable Insurance Group Foundation.

Walkin’ The Line is a high energy, modern top 40 country band taking New England by storm! Walkin’ The Line is an all-star lineup of musicians, bringing years of experience with some of the best bands around, and they are ready to bring their killer live show to Horn Pond! With influences ranging from Miranda Lambert to Carrie Underwood, Dierks Bentley to the Zac Brown Band, Walkin’ The Line is sure to keep you dancing all night!

This is the eleventh year that the Horn Pond Summer Concert Series will entertain Woburn residents. The concerts are a perfect way to spend summer nights with your fellow community members and enjoy the beautiful Horn Pond area. Bring your family, friends, and lawn chairs to Ice House Park to enjoy some live music. These concerts are free to the public due to the generous support from local businesses.

The Summer Concert Series is coordinated by Social Capital Inc. (SCI), North Suburban Y, Woburn Residents’ Environmental Network (WREN), and the City of Woburn. A special thank you goes out to the Woburn DPW for their logistical assistance.

Peter Lennon, CPCU, partnering with Arbella Insurance Company’s charitable arm, presented over $10,000 of contributions to local charities who gathered at Lennon Insurance recently. Donation checks were presented to Karen Rice, Development & Operations Manager for Social Capital Inc. (SCI) and David Crowley, SCI President, as well as Joe Crowley, President of the Woburn Historical Society, Ed Doherty EVP of Stoneham Bank & Treasurer of the Boys & Girls Club of Woburn and Dean Solomon, Executive Director of the Woburn Council of Social Concern.

The donation to SCI is designated for the emergency fuel assistance fund that SCI recently raised in collaboration with other groups to fill a gap that had left numerous local families without heating oil during the cold winter months. Thanks to the generous community response, including this recent donation from Lennon Insurance and Arbella Insurance, SCI has been able to help four local families stay warm this winter. In addition, a community emergency assistance committee has been established with organizations such as the Woburn Council of Social Concern as well as SCI and numerous community volunteers.

“We started this emergency fund simply responding to one person in need,” observed David Crowley. “Thanks to the generous outpouring of community support from people like Peter Lennon and companies like Lennon Insurance and Arbella Insurance, we now have the capacity to address this issue moving forward.”